Oct 032011
 

Following up on Xan Hei’s recommendation, I decided to hear out what his leader Minister Reiko had to say. It’s not easy meeting such an important (and well guarded) figure. It wasn’t until a man known as the Herald of Purity showed up in Kaineng Center that I got the opportunity. Before the Herald of Purity invited me to Minister Reiko’s rally, he told me that he too had initial doubts of the Ministry of Purity’s methods. That all changed when he listen to Reiko and fully understood her vision. I didn’t understand what their organization was going to do, now that the afflicted are gone, so I hope that her words really do clear things up for me.


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Jul 152011
 

When I revisited some of the places I traveled through to eliminate the afflicted, I started hearing more about the Ministry of Purity and the Yuudachi family. I overheard quite a bit, so I will only highlight a few interesting bits of information in my journal entry.


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Jul 122011
 

Lei Jeng hasn’t had many tasks for me to do. This lastest one was to escort a courier to Kaineng City. It turned out to be Courier Falken, and he had a letter from Queen Salma to Emperor Kisu. Had I known who it was, I would have delivered the letter myself. Just as I entered Bukdek Byway, Falken rushed off ahead in the wrong direction. You’d think he would take advice from someone that grew up here, but no. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that he demanded I wear special knuckles in case we get into a fight along the way. I think getting into a fight was his plan all a long.


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Jul 122011
 

Meeting with Lei Jeng, I was surprised to find out that he was an Imperial Guard. His uniform is different from all the other guards. I wonder if they submitted a form to change their uniform during the plague and only just now got it validated.

He requested help in tracking down some fire drakes that were supposed to be used for cooking the food, but burned the place down instead. This sort of mission seems beneath me, but following through with it may reveal more than just a simple case of improper use of wildlife in a restaurant.


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